On daffodil day the flowers looked beautiful in the spring sunshine!These are the beautiful daffodils planted by the children from Carnaross National School in conjunction with Pride of Place. As part of the Youth Daffodil Challenge, it was planned to sell them this weekend in aid of the Irish Cancer Society. The daffodil bulbs will double and come back better than ever next year and hopefully so will our community after COVID 19 and this time next year we will have an abundance of daffodils to sell for this deserving cause.
Beautiful ‘Colour and Connect’ postcards depicting Carnaross National School, St. Kieran’s Well and Carnaross Church are available in Gibneys shop. Donations to Meals on Wheels appreciated.
MEALS on WHEELS
……. for All the Children of Carnaross National SchoolWe see your True Colours
Flying Together. Celebrating our hopes for the future
"We really enjoyed learning about 2D shapes this week and had so much fun making our 2D Shape Rockets for Maths Week" and "Making Shapes with our Bodies"
As part of our ongoing commitment to the safety of our children, we are delighted to announce the new traffic calming measures on both approaches to the village. A sincere thank you to Sarah Reilly and Meath County Council